INVENTED AND PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA
The atomicRack - Developing Bicycle Rack
I never needed Bicycle Rack to park my bicycle. Like everybody else I leaned my bicycle unsecured leaned against a wall.
When my kids started to walk around and talk and visit every corner of our home including our garage (Where my bicycle parked unsecured against a wall) everything changed.
For my kids safety, I was forced to strap my $3500 bicycle to static objects using all kind of solutions for it: tapes, rubber bands - you name it.
Coming to think about it, I never was happy about dropping my $3500 bicycle unsecured against walls, but for luck of choices or laziness - I have indeed leaned my bicycle unsecured against a wall in my garage for many years...
I have considered many Bicycle Rack. Many are available in stores and most are very good and function well.
Its simply that none of those bicycle racks ever fit the way I liked to park my bicycle.
All I searched for was an easy way to secure my bicycle to a wall.
You Click here to see all the other bicycle rack I checked...
I have try wall mount Bicycle Racks - I had to lift my bicycle up... Kept looking for bicycle rack.
I have try Ceiling mount garage bicycle rack - now I had to pool the string each time I am back.
I try the Arc bicycle rack that you mount on the floor and push the front wheel in the slot - and almost bent the front disk of my bicycle.
All I wanted was something that will keep my bicycle secured to a wall, on their wheels, in an elegant and easy way, so go ride and return will be the easiest thing to do. No bicycle rack made it...
So I went ahead and made my own.
At first, I made it out of wood, (Click here to see the first models... Wooden Bicycle Rack)
I mounted it to a wall - Wall Bicycle Rack as it called, and started to use it.
Man was this a surprise...
Kind of a "roll out and ride then roll in and park" bicycle rack, smooth, obvious, so needed...
It only took me couple times to realize that this bicycle rack works so good - I must do something about it and share it with the world...
Manufacturing the atomicRack was a fascinating story: Click here to read about the manufacturing this fantastic bicycle rack in America, in a factory located near Los Angeles, California.
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